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Old 06-10-2009   #1
durango, Colorado
Join Date: Apr 2009
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Looking for some low water Upper Animus Beta

Was thinking about taking a small raft (12' sotar) down the upper on an overnight this weekend. Ive only been down at higher flows in a hardboat and would def not take the little raft down at proper flow (without ningas), but am hoping to float it before the waters gone.

Just curious as to how the rapids change (esp mandatory) with the low flow as well the consequences for bad lines and swimmers. 'preciate it
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